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The Centre for Crocodile Research is an Australian-owned company. It was founded by Associate Professor Sally Isberg in 2013 and is internationally-renowned for producing high-quality, ethical and practical solutions for the crocodilian industry. Our team of experienced consultants and scientists are able to deliver solutions of all scales and budgets. We combine on-the-ground experience, science, technical expertise and a detailed understanding of industry policy and legislation to provide fresh and innovative solutions for our clients - both internationally and across Australia.

We are the preferred consultancy company for our clients based on our timely reporting and on-budget delivery. We also ensure senior scientific management professionals are available for contact throughout each and every project.

Recent Projects

Beauty is more than skin deep

Understanding the structure of crocodilian skin and how a particular defect alters this structure is the first step in our commitment to developing outcome-based solutions to producing first-grade quality crocodilian skins. Learn more...

Developing genetic tools

Simple and effective tests can be developed to first identify pathogens and then determine the effectiveness of your reduction strategies. For example, Dermatophilaceae is known to cause "brown spot" but did you know it is also found in other skin lesions? Dermatophilaceae is not easily cultured so the Centre for Crocodile Research developed a molecular genetics tool to determine the prevalence and quantify the effectiveness of applied husbandry strategies. Read more about Dermatophilaceae skin defects.....

Searching for one virus discovered another

Keeping an open mind is important when conducting research. Things are often not as they appear. Read about how a crocodile poxvirus prevalence study found one of the largest causes of saltwater crocodile skin rejection...